Those were very good points about the feeding. I use to have two other seahorses that i trained to eat at a feeding station but target feeding sounds more fun. also right now i have been training her to eat frozen food, she is doing suprisingly well too. She is now mostly eating frozen but not as quickly or vigouriously as live. I know when it comes to breeding :clownfish and angelfish are harder to get breeding than livebearers, so what are seahorses like? Also the tank has a large cleaning crew so how many seahorses could i have? I was thinking four would be pushing it. Could I do two males and her or what? also do you think the tank will flourish for a while or start getting worse as time goes on? my main reef tank has sps and the seahorse tank is mainly for mushrooms and polyps. was it wrong to set the tank up like that? also can i just let the babies stay in the biocube or should i setup a "baby tank"? could i put them in my refugium? thanks for your help? I forgot she is a female right?
Post edited by: BigGrantman, at: 2008/06/07 04:49